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Shocking! Saved you from a BSOD then, maybe. My point was that multi-monitor isn't very "isolated." NVIDIA went full damage control mode.
But... the cool thing is that Nvidia pushes out a new driver so often, you're never stuck with a big issue for longer than a few weeks.
Regardless, we're horribly offtopic because none of this has anything to do with reviewing and performance changes over time.
I'm not sure the horse is dead yet, though. People might as well keep beating it.
Still waiting on those examples I've asked for six pages now... unplayable games becoming playable on any GPU at any point in time, because of driver updates.